This message explores how we should view God when tragedy and disaster touches our lives? What do we do with God’s sovereignty and our afflictions?
While it is guaranteed that suffering is inevitable, we are able to have hope. It is only by and because of Jesus that we are able to be hopeful sufferers.
Elijah goes from a mountain top high, to a valley bottom low. The great prophet used by God finds himself tired, hungry, and on the run. Elijah needed to be cared for physically and emotionally, and so do we.
William Cowper was a brilliant poet and hymn writer. But his life was plagued by depression and seasons of despair. We will examine his life and faith, and see how we can be helped through our own trials as we walk out our faith.
Athanasius of Alexandria was a hero and a giant of the faith. Because of his willingness to stand against majority opposition, the church held on to orthodox biblical beliefs on the nature of Jesus.
Let us not simple study the brokenness of this world, but let us learn how live faithfully as image bearers in this broken world!
The reality of evil and suffering, and the pain that is causes, is usually the leading reason why many question the existence of God. In this sermon, we will explore if that is valid reason to question God’s existence and explore why evil and suffering …
The faith displayed by Perpetua, a second century noblewoman who was a recent convert to Christianity, would be retold for centuries. We will look at her life and death to see what lessons it teaches us to better follow Christ.
Everyone will experience pain and suffering in this life, but Christians are called to be people who suffer through trials with hope. How do we exhibit that kind of trust and confidence in God through our suffering? Join us as we explore that question in …
So life has thrown you a few wedgies! Or in a more colloquially pictorial thought: “What’s got your panties in a wad?” “What’s happening up on the street, just don’t seem right brothers & sisters, but it is evident that I am suppose to be …